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Accounting Support Clerk Accounts Payable - 800651
The Accounts Payable Clerk performs accounts payable accounting function including processing invoices, invoice issue resolution, preparation of disbursements, and accounts payable related record keeping.
Senior Data Analyst Bus Intell & Enterprise Report - 206730
This individual will be responsible for building reports, queries, and dashboards, as well as, for preparing data sources which can be leveraged across the institution This individual will work with internal and external partners to define or discover simple to complex requirements . The Senior Data Analyst will build and maintain legacy modules using Cognos Analytics with an Oracle database, and creating supporting Framework Manager packages, metadata, and SQL code. In addition to developing, testing, tuning, and deploying reports, dashboards, active reports, cubes, and events will be performed . This person will also perform ad hoc, analytical data research.
Program Control Analyst Program Control - 250211
The Program Control Analyst is responsible for creating and implementing policies and procedures required of sponsored research programs administered by UDRI. Leveraging knowledge of industry best practices, the Program Control Analyst will ensure our delivered solutions comply with business requirements, accepted accounting practices, and Federal Sponsors’ audit requirements. This position will complete program control functions, such as but not limited to: 1) prepare and submit interim and final financial invoices, reports, and deliverables to the sponsor as required in the award agreement; 2) troubleshoot and resolve financial discrepancies on a monthly basis; 3) review, process, and post subcontract and ODC charges to ensure they are proper and accurate as required; 4) resolve problems with personnel actions, labor and timecard charges, and payroll checks with UD Human Resource office, deans and department heads, division heads, and employees; 5) manage and coordinate the overall financial award closeout process; and 6) support special projects, assignments, and tasks as assigned.
Postdoctoral Research Associate Physics - 208140
The postdoctoral research associate's principal area of responsibility is to work on the design and implementation of an optical system for super-resolution imaging. This involves coupling lasers into a commercial optical microscope, numerical modeling of light propagation with either FDTD or FEM method, image processing with Python, C++, or Matlab. The postdoctoral research associate is expected to interact with professors, scientists and students in the University of Dayton's Department of Physics, Department of Electro-Optics and Photonics, Computer Science, and with sponsors and peer research groups at other universities. Responsibilities also include participation in the dissemination of knowledge to train others in the area for future workforce needs, writing reports, publishing work in the public domain, and development of new research proposals.
Assistant Professor in Philosophy Specializing in Medieval Philosophy Philosophy - 208480
The philosophy department is seeking an assistant professor specializing in medieval philosophy, with a focus on the interplay among Christian, Jewish, and Islamic traditions, as part of a Middle Eastern Studies hiring cluster. This position will start August 16, 2022 and join faculty in the departments of History, Global Languages and Cultures, and Religious Studies whose research and teaching focus on Middle Eastern Studies. In addition to research and teaching, the successful candidate will develop new philosophy courses for the Middle Eastern Studies minor and the Common Academic Program. This position will also have the opportunity to work with a dynamic International Studies program and the College’s diverse range of other public-facing centers to help further the University mission of engaging local, national, and global communities in culturally responsive and responsible ways
Associate Professor in Philosophy Specializing in Africana Philosophy Philosophy - 208480
The philosophy department is seeking a tenure track associate professor specializing in Africana philosophy as part of an Africana Studies hiring cluster. The successful candidate will start August 16, 2022 and join faculty in the departments of English, History, Global Languages and Cultures, and Religious Studies whose research and teaching focus on Africana Studies. In addition to research and teaching, the successful candidate will develop new courses for the Africana Studies minor, and help shape the new major. This person will have an affiliation with the Race and Ethnic Studies program and may also contribute to other interdisciplinary programs.
Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering Specializing in Design and Manufacturing Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering - 220430
The University of Dayton Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering invites applications for a Lecturer position specializing in design and manufacturing. The position is a non-tenure track position renewable annually and begins August 16, 2022.
Faculty of Practice - Innovation Center Innovation Cntr - 220140
The University of Dayton Innovation Center in the School of Engineering is hiring an individual that has the desire to help educate more creative engineers, capable of developing new products, processes and service for our Faculty of Practice position.
Staff Research NDI Analyst Applied Corrosion Technol - 250423
THIS POSITION IS LOCATED AT TINKER AFB, OK. The selected candidate will serve as a subject matter expert in aerospace systems nondestructive inspection and aircraft maintenance. Duties include field assessment of base, MAJCOM, and other US Air Force nondestructive inspection programs. Other duties include identifying nondestructive evaluation related material and process needs identifying solutions, participating in development and integration of new solutions, advising weapon system program offices and assisting with management of AF nondestructive inspection office laboratory capabilities. Additionally, the selected candidate will serve as an adviser to senior leadership, governance boards and multi service nondestructive inspection forums, and help plan, coordinate, and execute nondestructive inspection training programs and nondestructive inspection specific marketing and communications efforts. The position request expertise that enables prompt, credible responses to field, program office and Air Logistics Complex questions regarding nondestructive evaluation, inspection and testing.
Quality Engineer Sustainment Tech Transiti - 250420
This position will elevate the existing quality system to the next-level Quality Management System (QMS), supporting increased product criticality, process discipline, and quality metrics improvement. Additionally, the job will entail continued implementation, developing, and maintaining the QMS for a low volume, high mix advanced manufacturing environment at UDRI and developing process documentation for use by the USAF. Supporting advanced manufacturing programs for sustainment activities is integral to this enterprise.
Principle Ceramic Engineer Adv High Temp Materials - 250341
This position is for a staff member with experience in the mechanical and thermophysical testing of glass, ceramic, and CMC materials, failure analysis, and glass and ceramic materials chemistry and processing. The engineer will be involved in a broad spectrum of activities, from testing to research. The successful candidate will be testing novel materials and unique material geometries and perform materials characterization. The position requires hands-on testing of materials in various atmospheres at elevated temperatures and interaction with professional colleagues and mid-level management across the Institute. In addition, the successful candidate will manage a fully operational ISO 9001 certified testing laboratory and will maintain the laboratory’s certification.
Senior Ceramic Engineer Adv High Temp Materials - 250341
This position is for a staff member with experience in the mechanical and thermophysical testing of glass, ceramic, and CMC materials, failure analysis, and glass and ceramic materials chemistry and processing. The engineer will be involved in a broad spectrum of activities, from testing to research. The successful candidate will be testing novel materials and unique material geometries and perform materials characterization. The position requires hands-on testing of materials in various atmospheres at elevated temperatures and interaction with professional colleagues and mid-level management across the Institute. In addition, the successful candidate will manage a fully operational ISO 9001 certified testing laboratory and will maintain the laboratory’s certification.
Ceramic Engineer Adv High Temp Materials - 250341
This position is for a staff member with experience in the mechanical and thermophysical testing of glass, ceramic, and CMC materials, failure analysis, and glass and ceramic materials chemistry and processing. The engineer will be involved in a broad spectrum of testing activities in an ISO 9001 certified testing laboratory. The successful candidate will be testing novel materials, unique material geometries, and performing elementary materials characterization. In addition, the position requires hands-on testing of materials in various atmospheres at elevated temperatures and interaction with professional colleagues and mid-level management across the Institute.
Social Media Strategist University Marketing & Comm - 650000
As part of University Marketing and Communications, the Social Media Strategist will support the Associate Director of Digital Marketing in enhancing the brand and national reputation of the University. The position works collaboratively with others in the division to execute, measure and optimize the institution's marketing plan. The Social Media Strategist is responsible for developing and posting social media content; monitoring and responding to social media messages; assisting with issues management and crisis communications; collaborating with social media coordinators across campus; reporting on social analytics and trends; and hiring and supervising student workers.
Assistant Director, Financial Aid Operations Financial Aid - 202200
Candidates are invited to apply and join the Enrollment Management division at the University of Dayton. As a Catholic, Marianist research University, we are a diverse community committed to educating the whole person and linking learning and scholarship with leadership and service. Enrollment Management is focused on service excellence to recruit, enroll and graduate highly qualified students and and advance our foundational commitments to access, affordability, diversity, equity, inclusion and student success. We are looking for a talented individual who is able to solve problems and streamline processes to advance the mission of the division and the university. The Assistant Director, Financial Aid Processing provides technical support and assistance to manage the day to day operations within the Financial Aid Office. This person is responsible for oversight of the Federal Work Study reconciliation, Federal Direct Loan Program, and federal grant programs. To enhance the service experience, this person maintains financial aid training materials and provides training and support for staff. In addition, this staff member is responsible for updating eligibility for student aid based on various reports and communication from internal and external offices and organizations.
Groundskeeper Grounds Maint Ops - 801553
This BU individual will be responsible for all aspects of maintenance of the University Grounds including Residential Properties. The Groundskeeper is responsible for the operation of some mechanized equipment assigned to the department, which includes, but may not be limited to carts, mowers, tractors, trucks, snow plows and vacs.
Ensemble and Special Events Coordinator Music - 208570
Provide administrative and logistical support for Department of Music ensembles (nine large ensembles including bands, orchestra, choirs, and jazz ensembles) in their day-to-day operations, on- and off-campus performances, and travel. Provide support for faculty directors of ensembles; manage logistics for ensemble concerts on and off campus (transportation of students and equipment, coordination with off-campus venues, etc.); provide support for Pride of Dayton marching band operations, including August band camp; manage logistics for other departmental events, including annual state music education conference and special events such as Celebration of the Arts and Christmas Concert; coordinate department calendar; coordinate promotion of concerts and other public events; manage instrument inventory and oversee repair and maintenance of instruments and other equipment; oversee ensemble music libraries (purchase music as requested by directors; maintain database); supervise student workers (ensemble librarians and assistants; program coordinator; social media coordinator); provide support for Summer Performance Institutes for middle- and high-school students; work with office staff to provide welcoming personal, e-mail, and telephone reception to a wide constituency.
Staff Subcontracts Administrator Subcontracts Admin - 250021
This position performs professional administrative functions for the Subcontracts Team in the Office of Contracts and Grants. This position is responsible for preaward and postaward subcontract administration, including development and negotiation of subcontract modifications, rate reviews, processing invoice payments and initiating subcontract closeouts.
Maintenance Technician Residential Prop Ops / Maint - 801150
To evaluate properties and make recommendations for necessary repairs. To keep records of time and maintenance charges for each work order assigned. To make repairs to properties or replace equipment such as, but not limited to, the following: a) stoves, refrigerators, hot water heaters, furnaces; b) electrical; c) plumbing; d) painting; e) carpentry; f) roofing.
Catering Service Attendant Dining Serv - Catering - 800618
Under direction of the Catering Services Operations Assistant or Event Supervisor, the Catering Service Attendant provides services related to catered functions on and off campus according to order specifications. This position also assists in food preparation, works as bartender, follows set up/tear down and sanitation procedures.

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